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Teach your child the value of Christmas money

While we all want to see children receive toys at Christmas, many people want to balance this with a gift that will last long after Christmas Day. Particularly, in these times of austerity parents and grandchildren are more likely to be giving children cash at Christmas, rather than toys which are often lost or broken by March.

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By Moira O'Neill,
18 December 2012

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